RECEIPT OF PRODUCT
The appliance is supplied complete with:
1
1*
1*
1
1
1
Appliance
Rear wall protection shield
(*standard on single-face models only)
Hot-air channelling connection
(*standard on recessed fitting models only)
Standard manual control
Wireless control
Document bag:
1 Userʼs instruction booklet
1 Installerʼs booklet
1 Warranty certificate
1 Warranty labels
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WEIGHT & DIMENSION
To install this Appliance, the most suitable PIPES
are required for the type of combustion air inlet and
fume exhaust to be made.
The manufacturer supplies all necessary accessories, presenting different technical and aesthetic
solutions for the personalisation of the various
models.
C
A
D
B
Key:
1) Forced flue insert.
2) Forced flue with glass casing.
3) Bridge structure with front panel.
4) Connection for channelling hot air.
3a
E
3b
1
C
A
D
B
Ø125
E
2
A
B
C
D
E
kg
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4
1
2
inserto - insert
mod. 80 / 130
vetro - glass
mod. 80 / 130
3a
3b
800
800
1030
1021
162
mm
341
354
100
12
298
mm
1249 / 1782
1408 / 1941
1728 / 2261
1717 / 2250
280
mm
289
289
-
275
-
mm
788 / 1321
788 / 1321
-
770 / 1303
-
mm
00 / 00
00 / 00
00 / 00
00 / 00
00
-
ponte - structure copertura - cover
mod. 80 / 130
mod. 80 / 130
4
canale - duct
mod. 80 / 130
INSTALLATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
This appliance is sealed from the surrounding environment in which it is installed and consequently
combustion air is only aspired from outside!
- When installing, NEVER use accessories or component parts not approved by the Manufacturer, as
these could be very dangerous.
- DO NOT allow the power cable (if present) to come
into contact with hot surfaces such as, for example,
the air vents or fume exhaust pipes.
After installation, the fitter is obliged to inform the
user what to do during appliance operation:
- NEVER place curtains, towels and the like on the
appliance as this could be the cause of malfunction
and danger and prevent the correct circulation of air
in the room.
- DO NOT obstruct the suction/exhaust ends of the
appliance with washing put out to dry or carpets.
POSITIONING THE APPLIANCE
Installable in any type of premises except garages
and combustible or inflammable material warehouses. The place of installation does not require vents
but must be able to be ventilated with doors or windows communicating with the outside and which can
be opened.
In the case of LPG appliances, these cannot
be installed in premises which have floors
below the outside walk-on surface or communicating with such type of environment.
Before proceeding with the masonry works, make
sure the floor has adequate load-bearing capacity
and that there is room enough for the correct operation of the gas Appliance as well as its maintenance.
Make sure the wall on which the appliance is fastened is able to support its weight.
Make sure there is no wood matchboard, plastic
material, etc., that is not heat resistant and which
could come into contact with the fume exhaust pipes
(see examples A - B - C - D).
Before you wall up the tubes, provide to
insulate the exhaust fume tube with material
resistant to the 200° C° (ex. HT/-Armaflex).
Installing the Appliance in spare bathroom
areas or close to water dispensers is forbidden.
These particular installations require special protections in compliance with applicable Electric Safety
standards.
Gas supply
The correct operation of the appliance also depends
on the size of the pipes:
- see UNI7131 4.1.1 with app. A
- see UNI7129 3.1 with app. A.
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WALL EXHAUST (Distances to be observed)
Fume exhaust
The exhaust can be selected between two types:
- wall
- roof.
For both, make reference to the provisions of UNI
7129 standard and local regulations.
Correctly assemble and position the exhaust
pipes, any curves and the end piece so as to
create a stable and rigid whole.
UNI 7129
MINIMUM
DISTANCE
Nominal heat input
over 7kW up to 16kW
Under window
A
150 cm
Under air vent
B
150 cm
Under drainpipe
C
40 cm
Under balcony (*)
D
40 cm
From adjacent window
E
40 cm
From adjacent air vent
F
60 cm
From vertical or horizontal pipes or exhausts (**)
G
30 cm
From a corner of the building
H
50 cm
From a recess of building
I
50 cm
From ground or other walk-on surface
L
150 cm
Between two end-pieces, vertically
M
150 cm
Between two end pieces, horizontally
N
50 cm
From a nearby front surface without openings or end-pieces within a radius
O
100 cm
P
190 cm
POSITIONING THE END PIECE (UNI 7129)
of 3 m from fume outlet
Idem, but with openings or end-pieces within a radius of 3 m from fume outlet
(*) The end-pieces underneath a used balcony must be positioned so the fume path covers at least 2 metres from the exit point of the end-piece to their
outlet from the outer perimeter of the balcony, including the height of any closed protection railing.
(**) When positioning the end-pieces, a distance of not less than 50 cm must be adopted from materials sensitive to the action of the combustion products
(e.g., plastic drainpipes, protruding wood elements, etc.). For shorter distances adopt adequate screening to protect such materials.
(***) Reducible to 400mm for heating appliances installed underneath windows.
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ROOF EXHAUST (distances to be observed)
To position a roof exhaust, always make reference to
the provisions of UNI 7129 standard and to local
regulations.
Types of roofs:
A - Flat roof
B - 15° roof
C - 30° roof
D - 45° roof
E - 60° roof
Key
1 - Distance >5m
2 – Technical volume
3 - Distance ≤5m
4 - Distance >1.85m
5 - Distance ≤1.85m
6 – 0.5m beyond the top
7 – Reflow area
8 - Distance >1.30m
9 - Distance ≤1.30m
10 - Distance >1.50m
11 - Distance ≤1.50m
12 - Distance >1.20m
13 - Distance ≤1.20m
B
3
8
C
15¡
10
11
1.30 m
0.80 m
7
30¡
7
2 m min.
1.20 m min.
7
D
6
9
6
0.50 m
2
4
5
1 m min.
0.50 m
0.50 m
1
6
A
45¡
12
2.60 m min.
2.10 m
E
6
13
7
60¡
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Installation stage
The appliance installations stages are:
- Apparatus choice location
- Tube installation
- Parallel tube kit Ø 32 mm or Ø 54 mm with unique
terminal (standard)
- Separated pip kit Ø 32 mm o Ø 54 mm with single
terminal (special)
- Appliance installation
- Electrical collegaments
- Gas connection
TYPE OF INSTALLATION SECOND UNI CIG 7129
As we go on we are going to show you the types of
installation second by the Uni Cig 7129 rule.
INTAKE AND EXHAUST TUBE FUMES ASSEMBLAGE
1
800
LATO DESTRO
RIGHT SIDE
170
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The intake & exhaust tubes can be embedded inside the wall, or in sight, they have to be protected to
avoid, risk condition. To have the apparatus in sight
it exist a spacing bar so that you can see the tubes,
we recommend that the exhaust tubes have to
have a good insulation using materials that have
also a resistant of more 200° C° (ex. HT/Armaflex) of temperature. Realize the holes for
fastening the tubes, after establish the hangersʼ
length; insert it in the right position.
Before assembling the tubes kit verifying that the
Max tube length has been respected, even the
Max loaded loss provided (See table).
340
80
130
Ø unloaded intake tubes
54
54
mm
Ø Wall hole single terminal tubes
110
110
mm
MAX single terminal tube length
MIN comprehensive tube length
10
10
1
1
m
m
80
130
Loaded loss tube l= 500 mm
1,2
2,8
Pa
Loaded loss tube l= 1000 mm
2,3
5,6
Pa
Loaded loss tube curve 90∞
2,2
4,5
Pa
Loaded loss single terminal
4,0
5,0
Pa
Loaded MAX loss permissible (*)
50
46
Pa
(*) - Sum of the pressure leak both air suction and gas exhaust pipes.
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POSITION OF APPLIANCE
To establish the position of the APPLIANCE:
- mark and drill the centring hole (1), crossing the
entire width of the wall;
- make the hole for the pipes (intake and exhaust),
using the centring hole (1);
Ø 110 mm hole for Ø 54 mm pipes.
1
- cut the pipes to the size of the wall, adding 25 mm,
then eliminate the excess part.
- fit and fasten any curves and pipes (2) on the unit (3);
- using a spirit level, check correct horizontal and
vertical inclination of the pipe assembly;
- insulate the exhaust (4) and fit the pipes in the
wall hole;
- make sure the system is properly sealed and complete installation.
Before fastening the pipes, insulate the
fume exhaust using material resistant to
temperatures above 200 °C (e.g. HT/-Armaflex).
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The cut must be perpendicular to the axis of
the pipes, being careful not to deform them.
After cutting, carefully remove any burrs.
To ensure easier fitting of the pipes with O-Ring, use
silicone grease or soapy solutions and make sure
the o-rings do not come out of their housings.
800
So as not to damage the outer part of the wall to
be drilled, it is best to make the hole in two phases: starting from inside (A) and ending outside (B).
LATO DESTRO
RIGHT SIDE
170
340
B
A
To replace or add any component, always
use only Original Accessories and Spare
Parts supplied and certified by the Manufacturer.
4
2
3
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Outside grill assemblage (cod 7000000350)
To assemble the grill you only need the inserts, and
the steeliness steel flange.
Assemblage SDP protection (cod 7000000365)
The assembling is execute in the following way:
-After you have drilled on the outside wall put the
protection with mortar
-Assemblage the terminal tube with the equipment
screws
-Adapt the terminal to the tube length and grill protection between the walls.
The tube cuts have to be perpendicular being real
careful do not deform.
Kit parallel tube Ø 32/54 mm with unique terminal
(standard)
This kind of system is used when the exhaust fume
and the intake of air are next to the apparatus.
Fitting pipes and single end-piece from OUTSIDE
- Fit the pipe assembly and any corner curves in the
wall.
- position the intake/exhaust pipes flush with the
outer wall.
-Insert the unique terminal until the plastic ring touches the wall.
-Mark with a punch the holes for the fastening
-Cut the terminal then make the hole for the inserts
Ø 6 mm
-Fasten the unique terminal to the wall using the
inserts Ø 6mm seeing that the exhaust tube is
toward up.
Ascertain that the adapter tubes connections
are correctly inserted. To fasten the tubes
assemblage, use silicone grease and verified that
the O-ring donʼt come out from there seating.
Before you wall up the tubes, provide to
insulate the exhaust fume tube with material
resistant to the 200° C° (ex. HT/-Armaflex).
Avoid burdening the device to the wall to
facilitate the correct assembly and disassembly of the coat, leaving always MIN 10mm.
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MIN
10mm
How to mount special pipes kit from inside the
room to be warmed.
Drill the hole on the wall. Shorten the special
pipes in order to match the real thickness of the
wall (see picture).
IMPORTANT: Cutting must be perpendicular to
the pipe axis, please handle with care in order not
to deform the pipes.
Before you insert the pipes through the hole you
must fix the SPECIAL KIT to the fitting connector by
screws on issue.
Insert the whole assembling (Special kit + fitting connector) through the hole on the wall.
MIN
10mm
Tube kit Ø 54 mm with unique terminal (SPECIAL).
This kit, uses separate tubes and are indicated when the
exhaust fumes and intake are fore way the apparatus.
The type of installation are more than one kind, but
they can be lead to the 3 example described in this
chapter.
Before pipes kit assemblage, verifying maximum pipes length be respected, considering
the maximum pressure leak consented (see
below chart).
80
130
Ø unloaded intake tubes
54
54
mm
Ø Wall hole single terminal tubes
110
110
mm
MAX single terminal tube length
MIN comprehensive tube length
10
10
1
1
m
m
80
130
Loaded loss tube l= 500 mm
1,2
2,8
Pa
Loaded loss tube l= 1000 mm
2,3
5,6
Pa
Loaded loss tube curve 90∞
2,2
4,5
Pa
Loaded loss single terminal
4,0
5,0
Pa
Loaded MAX loss permissible (*)
50
46
Pa
(*) - Sum of the pressure leak both air suction and gas exhaust pipes.
Chimneypot assemblage
To assemble the chimneypot on the exhaust intake
tubes use the clamp (1) and the (2) safety screw.
The chimneypot application has to satisfy the following requirement.
-The top of the exhaust fume tube has to be out of
the ebb zone, to avoid the eventual pressures that
will prevent the free exhaust product of the combustion in the atmosphere.
-The chimneypot has to be placed right on top of the
tube in the proper way, if itʼs not placed in the proper
way, the fumes will get inside the tubes, and if this
happen it will cause problems to the appliance.
2
1
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CASES A1 and A2 – Fitting the recessed pipes in
chases in the wall.
This solution can be adopted when the thickness of
the wall allows making chases for recessing the
pipes.
Before beginning installation, make sure enough room exists for correct appliance operation
and maintenance.
Before walling in the pipes, insulate the
fume exhaust using materials resistant to
temperatures higher than 200 °C (e.g., HT/Armaflex).
Before fitting the Pipe Kits ensure the compliance of both the MAX length of the pipes
and MAX acceptable flow resistance (see Table).
To install the fume exhaust and air intake pipes:
- level, mark and make the hole for the pipes.
- make the chases in the wall to house the curve and
pipes.
- fit and fasten the pipes on the unit;
MIN
200mm
- Adapter connection
The adapter unit is prepared and supplied for Ø 54
mm pipes.
- Fit the die-cast corner curves (6 – only for Ø 54 mm
pipes) on the adapter connection and fasten them in
position with the screws provided, taking into
account the direction of the single pipes.
- complete the installation by fitting the remaining
pipes, then cut the pipe to size and adapt it to the
actual thickness of the wall, increased by 25 mm.
Make sure the pipes are properly fitted in the
adapter connection and that the O-Rings do not
exit from their housings, for pipes with seals.
MIN
200mm
+25mm
L
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CASE B – Fitting pipes inside the room to be
heated
This solution can be adopted when the thickness of
the walls does not allow making pipe chases
- Follow all the fitting steps indicated in CASE A1
and A2.
- Comply with all the instructions indicated in CASE
A1 and A2.
- Complete the installation by fitting the remaining
pipes, fastening them to the wall with standard clamps.
- Make a wall panel (1) of heat-insulation material
(e.g., plasterboard) to cover the pipes and insulate
them from the environment in which the Appliance is
installed.
MIN
200mm
CASE C – Fitting the pipes outside the room to
be heated
This solution can be adopted if the fume exhaust and
combustion air intake pipes are to be installed outside the room to be heated.
- Follow all the fitting steps indicated in CASE A1
and A2.
- Comply with all the instructions indicated in CASE
A1 and A2.
- Complete the installation by fitting the remaining
pipes, fastening them to the wall with standard clamps.
MIN
200mm
MIN
200mm
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TYPES OF INSTALLATION
GLASS casing
This appliance is able to provide various installation
types, in version with casing or insert only:
A – up against the wall (single face).
B – with short side on wall (double face).
C – in middle of room (double face).
Secure the Appliance using screw anchors
and brackets (not supplied nor available
from Manufacturer) suitable for supporting its
weight and for the type of wall chosen.
A – up against the wall (single face)
- Mod. INSERT (featuring insulating rear protection),
to be fitted in a covering structure of non-flammable
material (e.g., plasterboard).
The inlet and exhaust pipes are inside the covering
structure or continue underneath the floor.
- Mod. with CASING, remove the side of the casing
chosen for wall mounting (no insulation needed).
The inlet and exhaust pipes can go directly outside
or be placed underneath the floor.
B – with short side on a wall (double face)
Move the appliance close to the wall from
the control compartment side (1). The opposite side with the hot-air outlet (2) must always
be turned towards the room to be heated.
- Mod. INSERT to be fitted in a covering structure of
non-flammable material (e.g., plasterboard).
The inlet and exhaust pipes are inside the covering
structure or continue underneath the floor.
- Mod. with CASING, remove the side of the casing
chosen for wall mounting (no insulation needed).
The outlet and exhaust pipes can go directly outside
or be placed underneath the floor.
C – in the middle of a room (double face)
- Mod. INSERT to be fitted in a covering structure of
non-flammable material (e.g., plasterboard).
The outlet and exhaust pipes can go directly outside
or be placed underneath the floor.
- Mod. With CASING, position and fasten in middle
of room (no insulation needed).
The inlet and exhaust pipes are on the outside and
pass underneath the floor.
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INSERT (to be covered)
2
A
1
A
B
C
3
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Before completing all the covering, always
check: position and fastening of the
Appliance, the definition of all connections (gas
and electricity) and correct operation.
1m
MIN
50mm
1m
Wall lining and decorative covering
To allow the heat generated by the Appliance to exit,
some vents must be fitted on the wall lining that cannot be closed, having a surface area of at least
350cm2 each and which allow, at the top, the distribution of the hot air and the bottom, the aspiration of
the cold air.
For any aesthetic requirements, each vent can be
replaced by other smaller ones, as long as the sum
of their surface area is not below 350cm2.
Position the vents in the lower part (2), just above
the floor and the others (3) in the top part (MIN 50
cm from ceiling and 30 cm from sides).
With ceiling height 3 m, the above 50 cm can be
reduced to 30 cm.
MIN
50mm
MIN
50mm
Maintain a safety distance of at least 1m
between the appliance and objects made of
combustible or inflammable material: wood furniture and furnishings, objects and curtains, etc.
Never move the Appliance close to or in direct
contact with combustible materials, heat-sensitive materials or inflammable materials; furniture,
beams, ceilings, curtains etc.
MIN
50mm
IRRADIATION AREA
Always provide an easy to remove area on
the opposite side or covering to allow any
inspections, cleaning or repair of hidden areas.
3
1
1
3
2
2
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SAFETY DISTANCES
50mm
- Models with outer casing: they do not require any
kind of lining panel or heat insulation. The casing
covers and insulates the Appliance.
4 1
100mm
The Appliance can be installed in various ways, with
or without outer casing:
- on a wall
- with short side on wall
- in the middle of a room.
- Recessed insert models: these require a heat
insulation cover to insulate the Appliance and cover
it completely.
For the insert models only, a channel is envisaged
(4, supplied as standard) to deviate the hot air
upwards towards the outlet vents into the room to be
heated.
A
B) NON-INFLAMMABLE WALLS
- Single-face appliance: withouy lining panel and
non-combustible heat insulation.
Always leave a 50 mm air inter-space
between the appliance and the wall.
If walls are crossed made of non-inflammable material, contact must be avoided with the exhaust pipe
by using suitable heat insulation pipes (3).
50mm
A) INFLAMMABLE WALLS
- Single-face appliance: with lining panel and noncombustible heat insulation (1).
Install wall linings made of heat insulating material
(e.g. plasterboard) 100 mm thick.
Always leave a 50 mm air inter-space
between the Appliance and the wall lining.
If walls, floors or roofs are crossed made of material
sensitive to heat or inflammable, contact must be
avoided with the exhaust pipe by using suitable hightemperature heat insulation (2) ( mineral wool or
glass wool insulator, etc.).
B
2
3
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INSTALLATION
Choose the installation area taking into account that
inside the wall linings (1) very high temperatures
occur.
Before going ahead with installation, make
sure the data in the Appliance plate correspond to the gas supply type and pressure.
Only skilled personnel should make the gas connections in compliance with applicable regulations.
Make sure the gas supply pipe is of suitable
capacity and that it features an easy-to-access
on/off tap close to the fireplace.
1
4
Make sure the area around the anti-explosion door (2) is always perfectly free of
anything that could prevent it being opened.
2
3
Installation
- Create a possible support (3) to position the
Appliance at the desired height, bearing in mind the
fume exhaust connection.
- Fasten the Appliance on the installation walls using
brackets (4) and anchor screws (neither on the
Manufacturerʼs list) suitable for the type of wall at
disposal. Fasten the brackets on the top part of the
chamber using the holes provided (5), while always
maintaining the safety distances.
In the case of corner installation, provide a
suitable fastening system (not listed by
Manufacturer).
5
- Fit the exhaust pipe and make sure all connections
are tight.
- Make the gas connection (Natural or LPG), making
sure the pipe dimensions are correct, eliminate any
burrs and inside impurities.
Before starting up the Appliance, in accordance with UNI 7129/7131/10738 standards,
carefully check:
- Appliance tightness;
- operation and seal of exhaust pipe;
- operation of adjustment tap;
- pilot light ignition;
- main burner operation;
- thermocouple operation;
- gas pressure test, with pressure gauge to be fitted on connections 6 (outlet) and 7 (inlet).
NEVER USE the couplings (8 and 9) on the
valve to avoid totally wrong pressure tests.
Insulating the Appliance:
a) the single-face insert is supplied with a rear protection;
b) the two-face insert requires no insulation.
c) the two-face model with cover casing (standard)
requires no insulation;
Do not directly insulate the rear part of the
appliance. Leave an air inter-space to avoid
overheating and breakages (see Safety distances
chapter).
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4
This solution (consisting of a bridge structure (1) and a
front panel (2)) allows quick and precise cover finish,
eliminating all the troublesome centring problems
between the lining and the glazed frame area.
Available on all models, this system eliminates the
need for numerous inspection doors, often all too
evident. The front panel has been designed to be
fully removed to improve complete access to the
Appliance.
The bridge structure (1) can be made in various
ways or using different types of material depending
on the environment setting. The front panel (2) can
also be made in various ways:
- same colour as the surrounding wall (5) or else
completely different;
- same material as the surounding wall, e.g., plasterboard;
- of different materials such as aluminium, stainless
steel, coated metal plate, glass (resistant to high temperatures), with stone lining, wood type, ceramic, etc.
Installation
- make sure the Appliance is properly fastened to the
walls;
- make sure the gas pipes and connections are tight;
- check the tightness of the fume exhaust pipe;
- check the power connections (if there are any);
- check the correct operation of the Appliance;
Maintain a minimum safety distance
between the bridge structure and the outer
surface of the Appliance: MIN 100 mm.
- position the bridge structure: flush with the wall
lining (a) or shelf type protruding (b);
- fasten the bridge structure to the walls and make
sure it is fastened properly;
- bring the wall lining up against the bridge structure;
- fit the air inlet vent below (3);
- fit the hot air outlet vent above (4);
- fit and secure the front panel inside the bridge
structure.
Fasten the front panel using “devices” that
permit easy and fast removal for inspections, maintenance or any repairs.
a
b
5
2
1
2
5
1
5
1
MIN
200mm
BRIDGE STRUCTURE
a
4
1
3
2
b
4
1
3
2
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PROTECTION FOR WALLS MADE OF WOOD PANELS
FITTING SILUMINA FRAME ASSEMBLY FOR
INSTALLATION ON COMBUSTIBLE OR WOODEN
WALL
This assembly is suitable for walls between 100 mm
and 500 mm thick.
Mod.
- After choosing the position of the Appliance according
to the instructions in the installation booklet, make a
through hole in the wall with diameter (A).
- Fit the silumina frame assembly to the wall, as follows:
1) Measure the wall thickness, not including the
stainless-steel plate (1, 3) and cut the tube (2) to
length equal to the wall thickness.
Fit the internal tube, (2) inside the opening cut in the wall.
Fit the metal plate (1) to the inside of the wall, using
the 4 screws with anchors for wooden walls provided, for fixing the plate on the wall. Fit the cut tube to
the wall working from inside the building, ensuring
that it fits within the lugs on the stainless-steel plate.
Fit the internal wall plate so that the pegs on it fit inside the tube.
2) Fit the external stainless - stell (3) AISI 304 to the
outside of the wall using the 4 screws, included in
the pack, if the external wall is hard stone chose
screws and anchors suitable for stone walls.
54
130
INSTALLER
L
128
500
80
28
A
mm
POWER CONNECTIONS
The appliance must be installed by companies
approved pursuant to Law no. 46 dated 5 March
1990. Upon completing the installation, such companies must issue a declaration of installation conformity in accordance with applicable national and local
laws (see art. 17 of law no. 46/90) and the instructions provided by the Manufacturer in the installer's
booklet attached to the product.
The appliances are fully wired in the factory and complete with plug for connection to the power mains.
Only a HAR H05 RRF type power cable need be
made with MIN cross section of 1 mm, using, for
connection to the appliance, the socket provided and
making an EARTH connection that is 2 cm longer
than the PHASE and NEUTRAL leads.
Connect the other end of the cable to a socket or
omnipolar switch, in conformity with CEI standards,
connected to an effective EARTH system.
A proper earth connection is mandatory.
The manufacturer of the appliance cannot be held
liable for any damage caused by lack of proper earth
connection.
For jobs of an electrical nature, always refer to the
diagram attached to this booklet.
+ 2cm
N
L
L
N
Fit a disconnection device from the power mains
upstream of the power cable (omnipolar switch or plug)
such as to ensure a contact opening of at least 3 mm.
Unsheath the EARTH lead so this is at least 2
cm longer than the other two leads.
Never use gas and/or water pipes to earth the
appliance.
GAS CONNECTION
Make sure the APPLIANCE is set for the type of gas
to be used by checking the Technical Plate.
Use the proper gas tubes and pipe fitting. The
etching under the appliance is a 3/8" M UNI ISO 7/1.
When the gas alimentation, is on the right side
of the appliance for eventuating any problems
use a nipples.
After the gas connection is done, do the first
seal tests.
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PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS
The appliance is furnished and preset for the gas
function (G 20) and regulated in factory.
Note: the apparatus can also be requested with the
GPL gas function.
First things to do before you start the appliance
check:
- If the appliance is preset for the right gas
- The gas connection is correctly realized and the
gas switch is opened.
- The electrical connections are properly done.
Remember it is also important to realize a good
ground connection and to respect the neutral
phase.
During the first starting, you might verify vapour
and irritating smells not dangerous. To avoid
these discomfort we advice to aerate the place.
When first ignited, the Appliance may give off a
bad smell or vapours. This is entirely normal.
The best thing is to ventilate the premises adequately.
After igniting, allow the appliance to operate for
about ten minutes at maximum output, to permit
adequate heating.
If the appliance is to be used for short periods of
time, it is best not to switch it off but rather leave
it with the pilot light on. This way, the formation
of condensation is prevented in the pipes that
reach the flue and which, in the long term could
cause hearth corrosion.
IMPORTANT! BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH IGNITION, CAREFULLY READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS SHOWN IN THIS
BOOKLET.
FIRST SERVICE START
After performing all the preparation operations for initial start-up, to start the appliance:
- make sure the fuel tap is open;
- fit the plug in the socket on the appliance;
- move the master switch (if fitted) to "on" or fit the
power plug in the wall socket;
- press the On/Off key (see User section) to switch
on the appliance;
- set the room thermostat at a high value to reduce
heating time;
After startup, the appliance runs until it reaches the
set room temperature.
In case of malfunctions in startup procedure or operation, the appliance STOPS and the relevant
unblock signal lights up on the display. Reset the
appliance by keeping the unblock button pressed.
Wait until the startup procedure is completed and the
operation signal lights up.
- When the appliance is running, set the clock and
the timer for automatic operation (see User section).
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ON
PROCESSOR CONTROL BOX (P.C.B ASSY) MALFUNCTION
In case of any malfunctions in the control unit,
RESET as follows:
a - press the On/Off button as shown in the illustration.
b - connect and disconnect the plug from the socket
or move the master switch to “off” and then to “on”.
Check the correct position of the switches
on the control unit (1) by loosening the
screws (2) and removing the cover (3).
2
1
3
CONTROLS DURING THE FIRST & AFTER STARTING SERVICE
-At the start verified that the gas pressures are as
under the Table.
- The gas pressure value has to be as in the table.
MODEL
G20
G31
nom. / verl. nom. / verl.
80
12,0 / 7,0
36,8 / 20,0
mbar
130
12,0 / 7,3
36,8 / 20,0
mbar
- The apparatus execute a stop, and next restart.
--- Operating from the main control panel
--- Operate on the atmospheric thermostat or the
timer.
1
2
- The fan starts when it receives a signal from the
thermostat.
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FITTING THE REMOTE DIGITAL CONTROL
For correct installation of the remote control in the
required position, follow these instructions:
- Choose the position of the remote control:
- away from the appliance;
- on the BASE (provided).
- Install the remote control.
To ensure correct operation, install the remote control at a MAX distance of 6 metres.
- Remote control away from the appliance
This solution makes it possible to read the perfect room
temperature for comfort. In fact in this position, the
remote control “feels” the temperature at human height.
To ensure correct operation, install the remote control at a height off the floor between
MIN 1m and MAX 1.5m.
- Remote on the BASE (provided)
This solution makes it possible to avoid fastening to
the wall and interfering aesthetically with the place of
installation.
To ensure correct operation, position the
control away from heat sources, sunrays,
heated surfaces and open transit areas.
Installation:
- choose the position;
- open the remote control, fit the batteries and try:
Display unit operation
range of action (see User sect.)
Checking the range of action:
A) If the LED flashes 4 times a second, reception
is correct.
B) If the LED flashes slowly, you are at the limit of
the range of action.
C) If the LED does not flash, you are outside the
range of action.
- fasten the rear part of the remote control on the base;
- assemble the front part with the Display unit.
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112
3,5
7
23,5
72
60
60
Installation:
- choose the position;
- open the remote control, fit the batteries and check:
- Display unit operation
- range of action (see User Sect.)
Check the range of action:
A) If the LED flashes 4 times a second, reception
is correct.
B) If the LED flashes slowly, you are at the limit of
the range of action.
C) If the LED does not flash, you are outside the
range of action.
- mark the position of the fastening holes on the wall
and drill;
- fit the screw anchors and screws most suitable for
the chosen wall;
- fasten the rear part of the remote unit to the wall;
- assemble the front part with Display unit.
REGOLATION
The appliance is furnished with (G20) gas function
following the Technical label, and the constructor
already regulates it.
The regulation has to be done from a Technical service Assistance or by the manufacture
1
2
Gas methane G 20(20mbr); nominal & minimum
pressure regulation.
- Open the gas tap put the electrical plug under the
appliance then pushes the start button and put to the
max power.
5
Alimentation pressure
- Loosen the pressure screw (1) connect the manometer and verified the pressure value is included
between 17/25mbar (like indicated in the table) then
close the screw after that the manometer tube is pulled away.
- Loosen the pressure screw (2) connect the manometer verified the nominal and minimum pressure
values are as specified in the table.
Nominal pressure
With the appliance in function at a max power verified that the values of the nominal pressure are as
specified in the table. To make a regulation operate
on the pressure regulator that is at the edge of the
valve gas, then take off the protection cap. If you
rotate the regulator (5) screw clockwise the pressure
increase, rotating counter clockwise the pressure
decrease. After that, check that all the regulation are
done, fasten the cap then close with cover.
Minimum pressure
Proceed to the minimum pressure regulation after
that you regulated the max pressure! With the
appliance in function at a minimum power verified
that the values of the minimum pressure are as specified in the table. To make a regulation operate on the
screw that is on the modulator body (4). Rotating the
regulator screw clockwise the pressure decrease,
rotating counter clockwise the pressure increases.
At regulation done seal the modulator screw then
after fasten the cap then close with cover.
Regulation GPL butane G30 (29mbar) and
Propane G31 (37mbar). Minimum and nominal
pressure.
MODEL
4
G20
G31
nom. / verl. nom. / verl.
80
12,0 / 7,0
36,8 / 20,0
mbar
130
12,0 / 7,3
36,8 / 20,0
mbar
Alimentation pressure
- Loosen the pressure screw (1) connect the manometer and verified the pressure value is included
between 29 mbar with the Butane and 37 mbar with
Propane then close the screw. In the case that the
net pressure is low, operate on the low-pressure
regulator that is put on the Gas tank.
- Verified that the establishment GPL vaporization
capacity is sufficient.
Nominal pressure
With the appliance in function at a max power loosen
the outlet pressure screw (5) then connect the manometer and verified that the nominal pressure values
are as specified in the table (Nozzle Pressure). In the
GPL function, only for the 3+ categories the regulator
has to be out of service fastening clockwise the adjustment screw (5) at an immediately inferior value to
the alimentation max pressure.
At verification done, take away the manometer and
fasten the screw.
Whenever the apparatus is going to be regulated at
pure Propane, to avoid heat exchanger overheating,
is necessary knowing that you are using the proper
gas, but if you use a un proper gas like a mixture of
Propane/Butane or pure Butane you might have problems.
- Open the gas taps put the electrical plug under the
appliance then push the start button and put to the
max power.
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Regulation min pressure
Room Thermostat PROBE compensation
Proceed to the minimum pressure regulation after
that you regulated the max pressure!
To make a regulation operate on the screw that is on
the modulator body (4).
Rotating the regulator screw (3) clockwise the pressure decrease, rotating counter clockwise the pressure increases.
This function permits offsetting the difference
between the temperature read at the point where the
sensitive element of the room temperature probe is
located and the well-being temperature required in
the room (see USER section).
ORDINARY MAINTENANCE
The appliance maintenance is important for the efficiency and the reliability of the radiator. We recommend that Technical Service Assistance perform the
maintenance once a year.
ON
Preliminary operations:
-Disconnect the electrical alimentation taking off the
electrical plug from the apparatus otherwise; place
the wall switch to the “off” position.
-Close the gas tap.
-Wait that the appliance gets cold completely.
OFF
APPLIANCE CLEAN OUT
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Cover clean
Internal clean
The only cleaning that is required by the owner,
involves removing the cover, and wiping it clean the
dust, which may have collected.
Do not put grease or lubricants on any parts of the
appliance.
To clean plastic or painted parts donʼt use any product that will cause damage to the apparatus.
It is important that the switch is turned to the “off” position on the control penal. Position the wall switch on off.
Wait that the appliance gets cold completely
Do not allow water or any other liquid to be applied
directly to the cover, uses dampened clothes to do
the operation that you want.
For the correct disassembly and assembly see in the
relative section.
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Pressure switch tubes
- Check that the tubes are cleaned.
- Air fan motor.
- Pressure switch exhaust fumes.
Electrode cleaning
Follow the instructions below to remove and refit the
electrode unit:
- remove the electrode unit (see Replacing electrodes chapter).
- delicately clean the ignition electrodes (1) and
detection electrodes (2) using a metal wire brush.
Mind you do not damage the ceramic material.
- refit the electrode unit. If necessary replace the
seals (3); mind you do not damage the ceramic insulation of the electrodes.
- refit the electrode unit in reverse sequence to
removal.
3
2
1
Burner clean out
If you want a good burner (1) clean, especially if the
appliance has been working in dirty.
Places, or it didnʼt work at all, use the compressor to
blow next to the injector; it will come out all the residues and the impurity caused from the burner.
Check all the injectors if are good.
Donʼt use metallic utensil.
1
COMPONENTS REPLACEMENT
Preliminary operations:
-Disconnect the electrical alimentation taking off
the electrical plug from the apparatus otherwise;
place the wall switch to the “off” position.
-Close the gas tap.
-Wait that the appliance gets cold completely.
Replacing the Control board with Flame Control
To remove and refit the Flame Control board (1), follow the instructions below:
- remove the board cover (3);
- loosen the retention screw (2) of the board cover;
- remove the connectors from their plugs;
- replace the electronic board. Make sure the wires
are properly reconnected and check the correct position of the Switches.
2
1
3
Replacing the room probe
Follow the instructions below to remove and refit the
probe:
- disconnect the connector of the probe cable (1)
from the control unit (2);
- take out the damaged probe;
- replace the component part and fit it back, performing removal operations in the opposite sequence.
2
1
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Replacing the convection fan
Follow the instructions below to remove and refit the
fan (1):
- remove all the power connections on the fan.
- loosen the four screws (2) that secure the fan to the
appliance frame and remove the fan.
- fit the new fan in reverse sequence to removal.
2
2
1
Replacing a burnt out protection fuse
In the event of the appliance not switching back on
after a short circuit, immediately check the condition
of the protection fuse and proceed as follows:
- remove the external cover (1) of the Flame Control
board;
- remove the fuse (2) and check its condition. If it has
gone brown or the inside filament is broken, it will
have to be replaced with another of the rapid type:
F1AT- 250 V.
2
1
Replacing the combustion air fan
2
Follow the instructions below to remove and refit the
combustion air fan (1):
- disconnect all the power connections on the fan.
- remove the safety thermostat (2).
- loosen the screws (3) and delicately remove the
fan.
- fit the thermostat (2) back on the new fan.
- fit the new fan in reverse sequence to removal.
Replacing the electrodes
Follow the instructions below to remove and refit the
electrode unit (1):
- remove the cover grille (2).
- loosen the connection (3) and disconnect the gas
supply pipe.
- disconnect all the power connections.
- loosen the screws (4) that secure the burner unit
(5) on the appliance.
- delicately lift and remove the unit (5).
- loosen the screws (6 and 7) to remove the electrode unit (1) plus gas valve (8). Be careful not to
damage the seals (9) and the spacer (10).
- separate the electrode unit from the valve by disconnecting the power connections on the control unit and
the gas pipe (11) by loosening the connection.
- fit the new electrode unit in reverse sequence to
removal.
1
3
4
6
5
2
9
10
1
8
3
11
7
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4
Replacing the safety thermostat (manual resetting)
Follow the instructions below to remove and refit the
thermostat (3):
- remove the thermostat retention bracket (1) by loosening the screw (2).
- disconnect the power connectors from the Safety
thermostat.
- refit the thermostat unit in reverse fitting sequence.
The safety thermostat trips if the convection fan is
not working properly or anomalous overheating
occurs and/or the outflowing air temperature reaches
over 107°C, disengaging the burner, closing the gas
valve and stopping the appliance.
3
1
In case of part replacement (electronic boards, valves, thermostats, pressure switches, fans, etc.), only
use the Manufacturer's Original Spares.
2
Replacing the SIT gas valve coils
The coil unit (1) cannot be replaced.
In case of a fault, the entire gas valve unit will
have to be replaced.
1
Replacing the SIT gas valve
Follow the instructions below to remove and refit the
valve:
- loosen the screws that secure the valve on the
metal support.
- remove the power connections (4).
- loosen the screws (5) that secure the valve (2) on
the metal support.
- loosen the locknut that secures the pipe (1) to the
valve body (2).
- loosen the locknut of the pipe (6) connected to the
electrode unit.
- remove the faulty valve and all the gas connections
(3) connected to it.
- fit the new valve in reverse sequence to removal.
2
3
1
1
4
6
5
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Replacing the pressure switch 1 (serial)
Follow the indication to replace the Pressure switch
- Extract the pressure switch (1) from support (2)
-Take off the tubes (3 & 4) and the electrical connectors from the pressure switch.
-Reassemble the new pressure switch
-Insert the silicone tubes (3 & 4), also be real careful
when you reconnect the cables, if you are not sure of
what you are doing look at the electrical diagram.
4
3
2
1
Replacing the pressure switch 2 (optional KIT)
The pressure switch 2 (5) is an accessory needed in
case the appliance is installed with separate and
independent pipes instead of the classic solution with
parallel pipes joined in a single end piece.
Fit or replace the pressure switch 2 using the same
procedure described for the pressure switch 1 (standard).
Fit the silicone pipes and the power connectors
being very careful not to switch them over as this
would negatively affect good appliance operation; in
case of doubts, refer to the wiring diagram.
3
5
4
1
Replacing the condenser
Follow the instructions below to remove and refit the
fan condenser:
- take out the damaged condenser (1)
- replace the component part and fit it back, performing removal operations in the opposite sequence.
To replace or add any component, always
use only Original Accessories and Spare
Parts supplied and certified by the Manufacturer.
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2
1
ARRANGING CERAMIC LOGS WITH ASHES,
RIVER PEBBLES AND SMALL CERAMIC WOOD
PIECES
KIT A
KIT B
Depending on the purchased code, the Appliance
can be supplied with accessories:
- KIT A: pack of river pebbles
- KIT B: pack of small ceramic wood pieces.
Use only the ashes, ceramic logs and river
pebbles supplied with the Appliance. Do not
add others and follow the instructions of the
Manufacturer.
Only ever use original parts or spares supplied by the Manufacturer, installation must
be made by personnel authorised by the
Manufacturer or approved technician.
Installation
- Remove the lock device (1) and open the front door
(2) to access the hearth chamber (3);
It could occur that by removing the lock
device, the door suddenly opens, as this is
pressed up against the seals (4). Be careful when
opening to avoid any injuries or damage.
After releasing the door, make sure the supporting hinges (5) are in good condition, otherwise
replace them.
5
3
5
4
2
1
1
- Distribute the ashes on the burner, being careful
they do not penetrate in the pilot protection to avoid
any damage;
- Position the logs provided in the order shown and
according to the purchased model (see following
pages);
Position the ashes and logs using a protective mask to avoid inhaling ceramic fibre
particles.
Be careful when positioning the ashes and logs.
These must never touch the walls of the chamber
or cover the gas outlet or combustion air holes.
Carefully and delicately position the ashes and
all the logs. They are very fragile components.
If you find one or more broken or chipped logs,
do not instal these, but replace them immediately.
- Position all the river pebbles or small wood pieces;
Be careful when positioning the pebbles.
These should never cover or block the gas
or combustion air outlet holes.
5
3
- Close the front door and make sure the seals are
positioned correctly;
- Ignite the Appliance to test the “behaviour” and
appearance of the flame.
4
2
1
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Positioning KIT A
1
mod. 80 - 130
Fireplace insert inner top.
2
Position all the river pebbles inside the insert, END.
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1
Positioning KIT B
mod. 80 - 130
Fireplace insert inner top.
2
Position all small wood pieces inside the insert, END.
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41
MAINTENANCE
ONLY EVER CLEAN THE APPLIANCE
WHEN IT IS SWITCHED OFF AND COMPLETELY COLD.
Cleaning the casings:
- Stainless steel, clean with a soft and dry cloth
before using any kind of detergent (including of the
delicate type). After this first operation, it is best to
use grease removing detergent such as acetone or
vinegar diluted in water.
- Coated metal, use a soft cloth dampened in water.
Do not clean the coated metal parts with
alcohol, thinners, benzyne, acetones or
other grease-removing or abrasive substances.
In the event of such products being used, the
Manufacturer disclaims all liability for any damage caused: colour changes, scratches, etc.
- Glass casing, use a soft cloth dipped in water or
product suitable for cleaning polished, mirror and
glass surfaces.
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Any type of job done on the appliance must
only be performed by a qualified technician
and AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR.
The Appliance must only be used for the purpose
intended by the Manufacturer and for which it
was expressly designed and made.
Cleaning the hearth
- Open the door and delicately remove all the ceramic elements.
- Remove the mat from the upper table of the burner,
check its integrity and remove any deposits with the
aid of a vacuum cleaner and a soft and non-metallic
brush.
- Replace the mat.
- Delicately brush and reposition all the ceramic elements and if necessary change the damaged elements.
- Check all the door seals (including glass) and close
again.
The Manufacturer disclaims any contractual
and non-contractual liability for injuries and
damage caused to people, animals or things as a
result of the wrong installation, regulation, maintenance or improper use of the Appliance.
Check the burner and for any gas leaks
- Make sure the burner is clean and check its integrity.
- Check the gas outlet safety system. If necessary
adjust the burner. The technician must also check
the regulation pressure at the burner inlet.
- Check the existence of any gas leaks in the
system.
- Proceed to check the ignition.
Checking the pipes.
Check the correct operation of the fume exhaust and
combustion air suction pipes.
Only use the Manufacturerʼs original spare
parts. The use of non-original parts will
immediately invalidate the warranty. These could
also be hazardous and damage the appliance.
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Spare parts and/or technical jobs require
the prior identification of the model of
appliance to which they refer.
The tampering, removal, lack of Technical Plate,
etc., will not allow the correct identification of the
product and will make installation operations and
subsequent maintenance jobs difficult.
DISASSEMBLY & RIASSEMBLY OF THE SKIRT
1
2
Push
Push
3
4
5
6
7
8
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44
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9
10
11
12
ADJUSTMENT THE CASING
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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EVENTUAL ANOMALY
The pilot flame does not burn or does not work
- Make sure the size of the pilot burner flame is correct for the type of gas used.
- Make sure the flame converges on the flame detection sensor.
- Check pilot flame adjustment.
tion electrodes.
- Check the mains or cylinder gas (propane LPG)
supply.
The Appliance fails to start
- Check operation of the On/Off switch.
- Check operation of the manual controls.
- Make sure the control unit is set for this type of
Appliance.
- Make sure the Wireless control is set for this type of
Appliance.
The main burner does not work
- Check the correct gas pressure and supply.
- Switch the appliance on to full output, close all the
other gas utilities and read the meter.
Make sure burner combustion is correct:
uniform flame on entire burner surface.
The pilot flame does not ignite or does not stay on
- Make sure the gas tap on the appliance, meter or
cylinder is open.
- Make sure the pilot burner injector is clean.
- Check the integrity of the flame and ignition detec-
FAULT
The appliance does not start
CAUSE
REMEDY
Power supply disconnected /
Check.
Incorrect gas pressure
Set correct pressures
Thermostat fails to engage
Adjust the thermostat
No signal from pressure switch.
Check/Replace:
- not suitable pipes (diameter, length,
curves, fitting)
- pressure switch (operation/connections)
- small pipes (cleaning)
- centrifugal fan (connection/operation).
The appliance fails to start
(appliance not working properly /
blocked)
The timer does not engage or
does not work
Burnt-out fuse
Replace
Control board faulty
Replace
High room temperature
Room thermostat set too high.
Air in gas pipes
Bleed
Incorrect ignition electrode
distance
Reset the correct distance
Nozzles dirty
Clean nozzles
Installed nozzles not suitable for
gas used
Fit right nozzles
Control board faulty
Replace
Gas valve closed
Check / Replace:
- Safety thermostat tripped (tang.
fan or faulty thermostat, gas
setting)
- Valve faulty
Wireless synchronization inactive
Synchronize the Wireless
Wrong programming
Adjust the program.
Wrong function programming
Position on "AUTO"
Power supply switch OFF.
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Reset and re-programme the timer.
FAULT
The thermostat does not engage.
No spark at ignition
The burner switches off during
operation
The appliance fails to heat
properly
CAUSE
REMEDY
Thermostat programming wrong
Adjust thermostat:
- increase
- decrease.
Unfavourable Wireless or
appliance position.
Change position
Upper or lower grille blocked
Clean / Free
SPLIT probe has come out of seat.
Position correctly
INTEGRATED room probe faulty
Replace Wireless
Ignition electrode/detection unit
faulty, earthed or badly connected
Check / Replace
Flame control board faulty
Check / Replace
Not enough gas pressure or
pressure incorrect.
Check/Adjust gas
Inlet and exhaust pipes fitted
badly
Check / Reset:
- pipe length
- appliance / pipe seal
Inlet/outlet diaphragms not
installed
Fit diaphragms
HEATING programming set at MIN.
Set at MAX.
Power of appliance not enough for
installation premises.
Check and regulate the gas /
replace.
Replace the appliance with a
more powerful one.
Faulty control board.
Replace
Faulty motor
Replace
Faulty pressure
Replace
Faulty control board.
Replace
Faulty motor.
Replace
Faulty tangential fan.
Replace
Inlet / outlet grille blocked.
Free
Fan does not switch speed
Faulty flame control board.
Replace
Burner does not switch power
Digital Chronothermostat faulty.
Replace
Faulty flame control board.
Replace
Faulty gas valve.
Replace
Faulty/wrong cables.
Replace/ set correctly.
Batteries discharge
Replace
Faulty Wireless
Replace
No vibration-damper sleeve
Fit vibration-damper sleeve
Gas/nozzle pressure below par.
The centrifugal fan does not work
The tangential fan does not work
Reduced hot air flow
Digital control display switches
off (also with buffer batteries)
Vibrations between combustion
engine and aluminium pipe section
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USEFUL INFORMATION
Seller
Street
tel.
Installer
Sir
Street
tel.
Technical Service Assistance
Sir
Street
tel.
Date
48
Intervention
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NOTE
NOTE
49
NOTE
50
NOTE
WARRANTY CONDITIONS
Every ITALKERO apparatus is supplied with
a warranty certificate, including the free
coupon and the first testing of the convector.
The user must be informed, that with this
warranty you have all the rights of a costumer,
at second the law 99/44 CE.
1) The warranty.
The warranty begins from the date that the
Technical service Assistance effectuates the
testing, if the convector is not tested the
warranty decades. The request of the testing
has to be made by Technical service Assistance
in the 15 working days from the date of the
installation. If the testing is done after the
start of the convector, the warranty begins
from the date of the delivery.
2) Duration ITALKERO guarantees 10-year
duration on the heat exchanger & combustion
chamber. All the other components have a
warranty of 24 months.
3) Term Decade denunciation obligation.
The owner has to denounce the malfunction
of the apparatus within 2 months from the
identification of it.
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Firma leggibile Utente/Signature lisible de l'Utilisateur/User signature
Fabbricato da/FabriquŽ par
Made by ITALKERO Srl
Seconda casa
Résidence secondaire
Second house
Prima casa
Prem. habitation
First house
Quanti sono installati?
Combien sont installés?
How many are installed?
Uno solo/Un seul/Only one
Più di uno/Plusieurs/More than one
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Contratto di manutenzione programmata
Abonnement d’entretien annuel
Programmed maintenance contract
déclare d'accepter toutes les conditions de garantie, d'avoir constaté
FR L'Utilisateur
le bon fonctionnement de l'appareil, d'être en possession du manuel d'instructions,
d'avoir lu ce qui est écrit et recommandé sur le présent certificat.
Conditions de garantie: aux terms de la loi 99/44 CE.
Le texte complet des conditions de garantie se trouve à l'intérieur de la Notice
d'emploi et d'entretien du produit.
The user declares that he accepts all the conditions of the guarantee, that he has
UK verified
that the appliance works properly,
that he is in possession of the instruction manual and has read the terms and
recommendations on this certificate.
Warranty conditions: as by law 99/44 CE.
The warranty conditions are given in full inside the product's Instruction Manual.
3525000010
Copia per / Copie pour / Copy for ITALKERO
Sticking coupon
EN30T2MOG0
Product code
Product bar-code
Product bar-code
transcription
Register bar-code
Register bar-code
transcription
7
50252 00911
4
0
02232 71913
2
00
ITALKERO
code
WEEK 23
CAP/CP/ZIP
IL E
M
I
S
C
X
LOCALIZZAZIONE e TIPOLOGIA / LOCALISATION et TYPOLOGIE
TIPOLOGY and LOCALIZATION
NOME/PRENOM/NAME
7) Acceptance.
The warranty is convaliteted only if the testing
coupon, is proprely completed in all his parts,
this has to be signed by a Centre Assistance
and from the User that going to conform and
understand all the above indicated clause.
YEAR 2002
UTENTE
UTILISATEUR
USER
INSTALLATORE
REVENDEUR
RETAILER
CENTRO
ASSISTENZA
TECNICA
DATA DI COLLAUDO
DATE D'ACHAT PAR L'UTILISATEUR FINAL.
PURCHASE DATE OF THE ENDUSER.
COGNOME/NOM/SURNAME
6) Territorial validity.
The warranty is valid only if the convector is
installed in the National Italian territory.
5) On line.
The warranties comprise the testing coupon
with out charging the user. The warranty
certificate has to be conserved for the Technical
Service Assistance. Whenever there are going
to be any original malfunction of the apparatus
coming from the projection, or the fabrication,
the user is going to have a free exchange of
the apparatus if all the precaution is been
CERTIFICATO DI GARANZIA/CERTIFICAT DE GARANTIE/WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
Via Lumumba, 2
Zona Industriale Torrazzi
41100 Modena (Italy)
Tel. ++39(0)59/2550711 - FAX ++39(0)59/250126
taken from an installater. These intervenes
are effectuated freely for the user, for the
elimination of the original defects. The material
warranted is exclusively prarty of ITALKERO
and it has to be returned with out any other
damages, and provided with the appositive
label compile from Technical Centre Assistance.
Intervenes & substitution that are caused from
persons are other things the cost price are
excluded.
example of Worranty certificate
ITALKERO S.r.l.
4) Warranty exclusion
The present warranty excludes damages &
defects coming from:
- Damage during the transport.
- Wrong installation
- Interventions by not authorized persons.
- Electric installation not in compliance with
laws and not proper gas usage
- Convector normal use
- Atmospheric agents
- Improper use
- All the cause above donÕt depend from
ITALKERO
The warranty comp rends the restoration
compliance of the apparatus. The warranty
doesnÕt cover the damages that are done
from peopleÕs are other things.
271913
running
number
Product register format.
35200116 - Rev.3
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